الرجاء استخدام زر "اللغة" أعلى هذه الشاشة لترجمة الصفحة.
Fadlan isticmaal badhanka 'language' oo ku yaal xagga sare ee shaashaddan si aad u turjunto bogga.
The Mandan Public School District serves over 4,200 PreK-12 students in west-central North Dakota. Approximately 333 teachers, 19 administrators, and 321 support staff are employed in the high school, alternative high school, virtual high school, middle school, K-8 virtual academy and six elementary schools. The specialists of the Morton Sioux Special Education Unit also provide our district with training and support services
While the English Learner population in Mandan has been growing over the past several years, it has recently leveled off somewhat. As of April 2022, there are 131 EL students, who comprise 3% of the total student population. Spanish is spoken by the majority of our EL students, but 19 languages are currently represented in the district.
These include Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Tagalog, Bisayan, Lakota, Pashto, Thai, Portuguese, Igbo, Filipino, Swahili, Chamorro, Creoles, Siouan, Chaldean, Chuukese, and French.
Statement of Commitment
The Mandan Public School District is committed to providing an appropriate education to our English Learner students. We understand our responsibility to provide placement, curricular, and instructional services to ensure that all English Learners are equipped to participate effectively in their school’s educational programs.The Mandan Public Schools EL Program consistently provides these services. We also follow federal and state regulations related to the education of English Learners. In addition, our EL program utilizes best practices, ensuring that valuable educational opportunities are available for our English Learner students.
To accomplish this, Mandan Public Schools is committed to implementing the Lau Plan, which details the services provided to English Learners. These include identification, assessment, registration, placement, exiting, and monitoring, as well as procedures to ensure the proper identification of EL students requiring special education.
The Mandan Public Schools EL Program consistently provides these services. We also follow federal and state regulations related to the education of English Learners. In addition, our EL program utilizes best practices, ensuring that valuable educational opportunities are available for our English Learner students.
16 days ago
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